Kin Coulee Park is a a very well maintained picnic park located on the banks of the Seven Persons Creek in the community of Medicine Hat, Alberta in the southern Alberta region of Canada.
There are day use picnic tables decorating the grass lawns - , some with fire pits, some near the playground, some in the shade. There are sightseeing benches hugging the banks of the Seven Persons Creek. And there are trails with information signs.
There are some short gravel access trails and there is one main paved pathway in the park. The paved pathway connects to the Heritage Trail System which provides access to the Strathcona Island Park and the North Saskatchewan River.
The paved pathway is considered easy going and is a popular biking route for families. Other activities enjoyed on the trail include walking, roller blading and jogging. The paved path is wheelchair and baby stroller friendly.
The trails in the park lead to lookouts, a mini waterfall, a toboggan hill with heated shelter, volleyball courts, baseball diamond, band shell, skateboard park, children's playgrounds and basketball courts.